Poor, poor Kourt.
Now, reports are coming out that Disick knows what he's doing, and how to make it better. What remains though, is whether he can actually do that.
The source says of Disick:
Another guessing game for our dear Perezcious readers!
This is probably easier than our last installment, especially if you're familiar with celebrities who do a lot of philanthropic work.
But we don't think anybody does as much as this particular actress, who is pictured (above) playing with cheetah cubs at a wildlife sanctuary in Namibia — one of her daughters was born in the country, in fact.
She also serves as a UN ambassador and has her own foundation along with her equally famous and gorgeous husband!
Honestly, this is a pretty simple guess, so we don't want to give out too many clues.
Have you figured it out yet???
Is that zebra AND cheetah print we see?!?
Apparently someone’s going doubly wild today, LOLz!
Nicole Scherzinger arrived at the Radio 1 studio in London this morning, and she was not easily missed. Like, AT ALL!!
The singer who recently spoke about her struggle with bulimia rocked a curve-hugging bodycon dress that was zebra print up top and partially hot pink cheetah print down below. Werk!
Our only objection to her wild theme is that unkempt-looking hair. Maybe a little too just-stumbled-out-of-the-jungle for us!
A giant statement necklace, black sandals, and a hot pink lip completed her ensem.
Go get ‘em, tiger! We mean, zebra! Or cheetah! Cheebra? Ha!
[Image via WENN.]
At the Cincinnati Zoo, Savanna, one of their resident cheetahs, got to have some serious winter fun.
She got to chase a dog around her enclosure!
No, this isn't some cruel game or blood sport… they're best buddies!
Savanna met Max the dog only shortly after she was born and they became best friends.
So when things got a little snowy in Cincinnati, it was time for some fun with Savanna and Max!
Max was released into the Cheetah's enclosure and the two of them began sprinting all over the place.
It's kinda the cutest thing ever.
Check out the video (above) to see Savanna chase around her doggy pal!
Wow, that is super cute!!
Matthew Copham, a Safari Footprints guide, takes people on private tours of the African bush.
He had set up his GoPro camera in the wilderness and left it there.
Ahmayzingly, it caught a wild cheetah approaching it!
We expected the big cat to just walk on by but the curious guy spotted the camera and decided to investigate!
How do animals investigate? By sniffing and licking of course!
It's so super cute!
Check out the video (above) or else you'll regret not watching a wild cheetah lick a camera!
While in South Africa, she's not only getting ready for her upcoming shows, but she decided to take in all that "mama Africa" had to offer, which pretty much meant spending quality time with cutie animals.
And, girlfriend just looOOOoooves to show off her wild side with animal print boots!
Riri shared an adorbz pic (above) of her snuggling a little lion and wrote:
In Gobabis, Namibia in Africa there is a delicate balance of nature.
Livestock, like goats, are integral to the economy and society.
But there's always the constant threat of attack because Namibia is home to the world's largest population of wild cheetahs!!
So how do you keep your livestock safe??
These cutie pooches protect their goat buddies against cheetahs but don't kill them.
They just scare most predators away!
So ever since the dogs were introduced into Namibia 19-years ago, the area has seen the largest population of wild cheetahs in 30 years at 4,000!!
That's incredible! The dogs protect the flock, so there's no longer a reason for farmers to have to kill cheetahs!!
Check out the video (above) to see a cutie guard dog in action!
If you ever plan on heading to the UK and visiting Chessington World of Adventures, leave your sexy leopard print clothes at home.
We're looking at you HARRY!! LOLz!
Zookeepers at the safari park noticed a change in animal behavior after a new attraction launched.
Visitors are driven off-road through a 22-acre Serengeti-style reserve. The animals get to roam free in the reserve.
A spokesperson for the zoo said: